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'll be looking at on "cbs this morning" saturday. the biggest scandal to hit the vatican. the pope's personal butler admits to giving out secret information and stands trial this morning. the verdict could have profound implications for the roman catholic church. >>> polls show mitt romney's path to the white house may be narrowing. his best chance to turn the tide is wednesday's first presidential debate. with the stakes incredibly high, both candidates have begun preparing for their big night. >>> he's a former governor, action star and weight lifter. now arnold schwarzenegger is looking to become the comeback kid. he's written a memoir, but his first test comes on "60 minut " minutes." >> i think it was the stupidest thing i've done in the whole relationship. >> will there be a second act for schwarzenegger? >>> he's the british secret agent with the best gadgets and the hottest villains. his name bond, james bond. he's turn 50 and he may be trading in his shaken martini for a beer, but still nobody does it better. >> the name is bond, james bond. >>> all that and so much more on "cbs thi
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 67890 cbs caption test !!! maint. testing mdpc-03 f1 abcdefgh >> pelley: tonight, mitt romney needs swing state seniors-- but a new poll shows what they're doing about his medicare plan is driving many away. there is a lot of rhetoric about medicare. what do you intend to go? a police crime lab scientist is arrested for faking test results. did innocent people go to jail? elaine quijano is on the story. 3 f1y of hope for the blind. dr. jon lapook on a new device that brought dean lloyd back from total blindness. and "on the road", steve hartman visits a restaurant whose special city a second helping of compassion. >> i've been very lucky and i want people to have what i have. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" yzith scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, mitt romney has 39 days to turn his 45esidential campaign into a winner but the support of a key voting group is in jeopardy. seniors tend to vote republicans but many are concerned about what a president romney might do with medicare. look at this poll of key swing states by the "
a safety told the driver should get a fair shake linda yee cbs 5 >>> dozens of balloons filled the sky to remember 12 year-old girl just move to the bay area when a car hit and killed her reporter don knapp in the bottle. >>> hundreds gathered beneath nevada was hills and sand marin i to pay respects to 12 year-old a a rat left >>> humanity that cares for one another in a grand way the pain of one family absorbed by the pain of all of us >>> haley did not go to school here she was a seventh grader at sinaloa middle school she was killed when her bicycle was struck by an s u v >>> she was tomboyish, she liked to pass the sugar cubes >>> so said us are her mother and she was so sad, she was crying and crying. >>> the talk at the moral turned to the dangers of the road >>> and it is our racetrack not just for high school kids but for easy to press the pedal to the metal on the street. >>> at the service a final tribute friends released balloons into the sky >>> don knapp cbs 5 >>> she give up her television career was this just the most unbelievable act of betrayal >>> anno tells all how
's expected to raise over $100 billion. cbs five with the potential delays on the road. let's go back to services go where once again we have oracle (world. we have a number of street closures in that area. our street issued down between third and fourth. this is causing pretty bad delays. it will continue until the middle of next week. we have not walked to end all summer's going on this morning. it is over at michigan creek park. a kicks off the 8:00 a.m.. the walk starts at 930. there will be some street closures. the shuttle street is a showdown between third and fifth. you can get all the latest traffic information on our website. have a great weekend. good day to ditch our cards and head down south. this sequel of armageddon. crews are rebuilding a bridge, trying to upgrade the nation's largest car pool lanes. coming up in sports, oakland stays ahead of the game in the wild-card race. in a high-school student and a). why people are calling her a hometown hero. a new device that helps to unseat the light again. >>> later today we're starting out cloudy and will end up sunni. we'r
the past to be something about the transition from 55 miles per hour 235. don knapp cbs 5 >>> a bittersweet dedication at zander's crossing officially opened today over their railroad tracks in san jose to year-old zander are ya got hit and killed by a passing trend in 2005 today his mother returned to the tracks for the first time since the accident she says this bridge named for sun gives comfort to the family and increased safety for the community >>> now he lives on through the bridge i know he will guide everyone across to the other side >>> the city spent $10 million to build bridge in hopes of avoiding future tragedies >>> new details on the mother police say abandon her 10 year- old daughter during a grocery store shoplifting spree, the search for marcie kielan has taken on an urgency police found out she has an 11 month old son with our tequila and left her daughter at a safeway september 19th police say after the pair loaded up a grocery start and card kaylin told her daughter to run with a car to her car when the wheels of the car locked up and workers confronted her the mother t
, as long as they finish before the rain begins. don ford, cbs 5. >> nuisance on a grand scale in southern california, at least that is what we were warned of during the first shutdown of the 405 and now we are about to see the second. here is how the sepal may actually live up to the original hype. >> of the first closure of the nation's busiest freeway went off without a hitch so the same will be said about the second time? not so fast. this time the dodgers games in a triathlon and a crowded university to contend with. >> last year which saw between eight and 10,000 people on campus over the weekend and this year, being in the fall quarter and students are back in session, we're looking at 20,000 people on campus during the weekend. >> ucla's encourages their students to each employee locally but clearly they have not all received the message. >> what are your plans? any driving? >> i will be going to san diego this weekend for a retreat. >> i was about to go to orange county where i live. then i ran into you and you told me that. so i think i will be sitting in my car a few more hours
to announce breaking news of the coverup and the results are in. cbs didn't lead with the coverup they never mentioned it in the broadcast. not a word. hey, scotty, axelrod on line one. he said thanks. nbc, the bastion of journalism led with the biggest news story since watergatesa. vanna, sweetie, how do you become a serious journalist ignoring news like this? on abc, george stephanopoulos led with story on cyber attack. others did good reporting later in the block on libya. any questions the main street is as biased as the day in long? greg, that do you think? >> greg: it is amazing what you can get away with, when the media is in the tank for you. obama could actually give alaska to russia. by day two, the "new york times" editorial board will report on ann romney's horse. you are asking a network to report on a scandal about obama is asking them to narc on themselves. >> bob: sarah palin know about that trade? >> greg: you are terrible. my point is asking a member of a gang to narc on a member. >> eric: this a big story or not >> bob: it is a big story. but you jumped all over nbc. netan
-riding. >> david: we're back with stocks. mike, cbs? >> i like them a lot, leading off with "made in jersey" in their fall lineup. how could you not like a show like that? >> i like jersey, but not cbs. they're dependent on advertising. i'm not bullish. >> that's it for "forbes on fox." thanks for watching. have a great weekend. here's cheryl with "cashin' in." >> let high school students graduate in two years instead of four. a growing number of state governments are doing it to get high achieving kids into college sooner. should all states do it to bring taxpayer costs lower? hello, everybody. welcome to "cashin' in." this week we have jonathan, tracy, todd, jim is here, and joining us this week we have sally cohen. welcome to all of you. jim, i'll start with you. why do you like this two-year
week earlier, cbs says the move was necessary to make sure there are enough instructional days in each school quarter but he says changing their travel plans is going to cost hundreds of dollars. i'm glad the strike is over but it seems like we're continuing to pay the cost of the strike. >> this sepias calendar released today makes up for all seven school days missed while teachers were on picket lines and here is how the majority of students will lose two days from winter vacation they will have to report to school on january 3rd and fourth and the school year is like thinned to include june 19th-21st and june 24th, roughly one-third of students will lose one week from fall break meeting school will be in session october 15th-19th and an additional school day on june 19th and the school calendar also adds more professional development time for teachers which includes six half days for students. these calendar changes are another example of decisions being made without respect to parents, families it's just insult to injury. this is what jean-claude brizard had to say in a statement:
president of the united states bill clinton in conversation with me and my colleague at cbs nora o'donnell. >> rose: do you think this election the president has said that change has to come from outside rather than in washington, that this election has the possibility of producing a change that will be able to overcome gridlock. >> i don't think it to the only has the possibility, i think it almost certainly will. and let me explain why. i think the president's going to w but let's assume governor romney won. if he wins, that almost certainly means the republicans will hold on to the house and it will be about 50/50 in the senate, more or less the way it is now. you can't filibuster a budget. it's the only thing that doesn't require 60 votes in the senate to pass o as opposed to 51. so a lot of the policymaking will be pushed into the budget and he'll just have to pick up one or two people on that. if you assume that he is going to do what he said he's going to do, i think a lot of his priorities will be enacted. and i think it will be bad on the budget side, as i said. including
on cbs. >> i know that maria doesn't want to comment. >> anderson cooper asked their daughter katherine about the book. >> when my mom writes something, it makes me nervous. >> my mom writes something it doesn't me nervous. but when my dad -- >> meanwhile, arnold's estranged wife tweeted this photo yesterday of son christopher's birthday party, the 15-year-old is roughly the same age of arnold's son from housekeeper mildred baena. >> i stand before all of you with a broken heart. >> she gave up her television career for you. i mean, how. >> maria was also a successful tv journalist for more than two decades. she anchored "cbs morning show" and was a weekend "today" anchor. shriver life gave up her on-air career was arnold was elected california governor. >>> could shriver return to her tv career and possibly the "today" show? >> she's always welcome there. maria has been part of the nbc family for years. >> "the insider" today with kathie lee gifford at her new broadway show, she also hosts the fourth hour of the "today" show. >> families can heal. it is possible. but all parties have t
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it up. >> absolutely. cbs has yet to cover this. >> sean: nbc finally did the story, but they blamed the intelligence coming up, you know, for getting it wrong, as if they know better. by the way, it's msdnc. go ahead. >> it's win more than two weeks since the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans were killed at the u.s. consulate in banghazi. tonight a rare reversal. intelligence officials acknowledge they originally got it wrong. patience is starting to wane thin with the pace of the investigation and shifting explanations from the administration. tonight members of congress from both parties are demanding answers. >> sean: well, they got part of it right. >> they couldn't be more shameless, sean. this is your typical friday afternoon surprise. now, we saw this so often with the clinton administration. now you're seeing it with the obama administration. come out with a dollop of information that might sound right, but when you look at it carefully it's not right at all. they're blaming with the people that came up with the evidence that said it was a terrorist attack.
to send him a penny. >> but reince priebus may be changing his behind on akin, too. today he told cbs news "as chairman of the party i have an obligation to make sure we win as many seats in the senate as possible. the republicans need the race, no question about it. we'll see how far they're going to go to actually win it. in the meantime, akin has found a new way to insult women in missouri. democrat claire mccaskell, her campaign is circulating new video of akin explaining why he doesn't support the fair pay act. >> i believe in free enterprise. i don't think the government should be telling people what you pay and what you don't pay. i think it's about freedom. if somebody wants to hire somebody and they agree on a salary, that's fine. >> but the akin campaign may have topped itself today. akin's top pollster compared him to david koresh. she says the days after aiken's legitimate rape content was like the standoff in 1983. akin's pollster meant the comparison as a compliment. >> the first day or two where it was like the waco with david koresh situation where they're trying to smoke h
with cbs's bob schieffer on the program "sunday morning" this weekend to talk about the history of presidential debates. >> suarez: and to the last installment this week in our series of reports about america's dropout problem. tonight, we take a second look at a story about life outside the classroom. we head back to st. petersburg, florida, where one boy's enthusiasm for journalism has helped shine a light on problems, while brightening his future at the same time. it's part of our "american graduate" project. this is how 14-year-old de'qonton davis starts every school day in st. tersburg, florida. he wakes up early and walks his 12-year-old sister terrijana six blocks to the bus stop. to the casual eye, his family's neighborhood seems pleasant and sunny. but on closer look, the scars of poverty and a lingering recession become apparent-- high unemployment, foreclosures, and some of the highest crime rates in the city. last month, de'qonton says he began making it a point to walk with his sister, after a man she didn't know repeatedly tried to get her into his car. terrijana r
with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. all hat ahead had handled a air and then the snake cb ads announcing he saw being bigger role >>robin: it is not as hot in places like san francisco. 86 expected for santa rosa. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay forecast including a lot of our brother. is this going to be tested for the next few days. keep that in mind the and be prepared for the hot weather. by tuesday it will be more comfortable. half and >> the hall of the film festival is happening right now. >> a huge line of of a film festivals around the bay area. why another film festival? >> film festivals are the distribution network for independent films. the filth are wonderful but did not have enough of an audience to go across the country. >> we're in the silicon valley only a few hours away from hollywood. the for fifth climate for an outdoor experience. we have a lot of the technology that much of the world was looking at. if >> does the festival celebrates the people behind the movies. that is our committee. how bay area is the center for media intervention.
was a republican because his boss was. paley, the founder of cbs workea directly for eisenhower in world war ii, and ike loved walter cronkite. when you have thre 20th an anniversary of d-day, eisenhower took cronkite to the beaches, omaha, utah, and wandered around there. there's a feeling in the 50s he was a republican, but the vietnam war by 1968 showed him to be a liberal.he as i write in the end of theame book, he came out publicly saying i'm a man of the left in front of the liberal congresswoman from texas. >> reporter: -- >> did that hurt snip >> no, because he stepped down by thatt time in 1981. he played mr. center, mr. objective well anymore if you duoto the doctor for surgery. you don't care if the doctor's a democrat or republican.don' he did something -- when he camp out in voiced some dissent on the vietnam war, it was the beginning of him editorializing, and we see people doing that alv the time. that's a slippery slope we're on now, and also you see with con kite the birth of television. h e running for president, everybody bum rushed them. they wanted to meet cop cite, not a s
for the cbs program "60 minutes,'' and fred barnes, national political correspondent for the baltimore sun. barbara walters of abc news, who is appearing in her fourth presidential debate, is our moderator. barbara. >> thank you, dorothy. a few words as we begin tonight's debate about the format. the position of the candidates -- that is, who answers questions first and who gives the last statement -- was determined by a toss of a coin between the two candidates. mr. mondale won, and that means that he chose to give the final closing statement. it means, too, that the president will answer the first question first. i hope that's clear. if it isn't, it will become clear as the debate goes on. further, the candidates will be addressed as they each wanted and will, therefore, be called "mr. president'' and "mr. mondale.'' since there will also be a second debate between the two presidential candidates, tonight will focus primarily on the economy and other domestic issues. the debate, itself, is built around questions from the panel. in each of its segments, a reporter will ask the candidates
romney screw up -- that is the kind of thing that cbs is not holding him accountable. both candidates will do the syrupy things but mitt romney is doing press conferences and obama has not been doing press conferences. you can look at the research on this. president obama has done more one-on-one said downs then press conferences. he likes to control the message and he would rather sit down with barbara walters and have her ask them what superpower he would like to have. host: fredericksburg, va., an airline for democrats -- -- on our line for democrats -- caller: i get tired of them talking about liberal, biased media. if there was, do you think they will allow george bush' to set p the war on allied? a lie? our country wanted to collapse, how many economic speculative to they have and the network? none of them do this? they talk about the kindness of mitt romney because he is a preacher -- printer or bishops at this church. isa pasture -- but pastor's not help his flock, you need to find another church. host: we will leave it there. guest: i don't think the news media has spent a lo
to confirm the trend. a new quinnipiac "new york times" cbs poll shows surprisingly strong leads for the president. the galup tracking poll shows obama up six points. it's pretty hard to survey the polling data and not come to the conclusion that barack obama is beating mitt romney, that if the election were held today barack obama would win and that romney has a relatively steep though certainly not insurmountable uphill climb to victory. that is if you operate in the alternate epi stem mick universe of the media. >> that begs the question, are these polls dishonest? >> no. look, we endo you them with a falls scientific precision. >> these polls, i don't pay attention to them. >> polling is very good at saying how you're going to vote. it's very bad at saying who's going to vote. >> these two polls today are designed to convince everybody this election is over. >> we should note that fox news's own polls have been pretty much in line with everyone else's, but it's not just observers making the claim the polls are rigged. the romney campaign itself is now getting in on the act. >
university "new york times" cbs news poll shows obama leading in ohio, florida and pennsylvania. it matches our own marist polling which shows the president leading in all nine swing states. joining me now, peter brown, the assistant director of the quinnipiac university polling institute. peter, i want to ask you about historically speaking have the polls been largely accurate? >> yes. the polls have been quite accurate over time. now, everybody likes to point to the 1948 election when the polls said that thomas dewey would win the election and he didn't. harry truman did. that was 40 years ago when polling was in its infancy. polls are very good at telling you what the situation is at the time they're taken, not a week from thursday, not two months from tomorrow. they're good for then. >> that snapshot, right. some of the gop complain the pollsters are oversampling democrats in the swing states. are they overestimating democratic turnout for november? can you explain how this works? >> sure. the key is that we and most of the other major polls do not weight by party. that is, there is no
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